the Ecole Maternelle Pajol is using color & design to stimulate and inspire students. The renovation, by Palatre et Leclere Architectes, was comprised of changes to both the indoor and outdoor spaces of the school. The façade of the building is complete with a full spectrum of colorful rays, creating a focal point out of the multi-level courtyard. Along with the blacktop mural and the vibrant portico, the courtyard of the school was designed as a symbol of optimism within the urban area. Primary Schools, Building, Maternel Pajol, Rainbows Colors, Paris France, Places, Kindergarten, Architecture Offices, Design
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Ecole Maternelle Pajol, a four-classroom kindergarten located on Rue Pajol in Paris’s 18th arrondissement. Everything appears to have been dipped into rainbows, from the school’s front facade, to the path leading up to the door, to even the tiles lining the bathroom walls. Designed by Palatre & Leclère,
31 Genius Hacks For Your Elementary School Art Class... I'm not an art teacher, but we definitely do a lot of art in my class, and this is very useful!